And Just Like That: 5 Sex and the City themed podcasts

Five sex and the city themed podcasts to get you in the mood for a binge. These are also great if your getting bored of listening on repeat.

Kristin Davis, Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon filming And Just Like That

Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and the mysterious Samantha have become well-known in mainstream culture (Photo courtesy of James Devaney/GC Images).

Are you more of a Charlotte or a Samantha? Should Carrie have married Aidan, a good-looking guy?

These questions encapsulate Sex and the City’s cultural impact and legacy. Carrie Bradshaw and her posse have left their Manolo Blahnik-shaped footprints in history, from turning character names into personality types to bringing in a new vernacular for talking about sex, love, and dating.

Fans of the original series have fallen back in love with And Just Like That, the HBO Max relaunched series reuniting the cast (with one important difference), and a whole new generation has begun to follow the Manhattanites.

So, what Podcasts about sex and the city should you listen to while sipping a Cosmo?

Sex and the City podcasts

And then there was nothing… The Writers’ Studio


Every week, writer and director Michael Patrick King, executive producers Elisa Zuritsky and Julie Rottenberg, and show writers Samantha Irby, Rachna Fruchbom, and Keli Goff will join writers of the show (Samantha Irby, Rachna Fruchbom, and Keli Goff) and special guests to unpack the latest episodes on the official companion podcast for And Just Like That.

Each week, new podcast episodes are released on a variety of platforms, including Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

Fans will be able to get a behind-the-scenes look at the decisions that molded the narrative, as well as rediscover the original Sex and the City characters, Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte, as well as the new friends and plots, thanks to the podcast.

Each and every outfit

Chelsea Fairless and Lauren Garroni have expanded their Instagram account (@everyoutfitonsatc), which began as a delightfully obsessive Instagram account, to include a podcast.

The Instagram account would deconstruct outfits from the first season of Sex and the City, and it now has over 738,000 followers, including Sarah Jessica Parker, who engages with the account and its admirers on a daily basis.

Every Friday, the podcast produces new episodes, which are accessible on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

The Bradshaw Boys are a group of young men who have a

The Bradshaw Boys, proving that Sex and the City isn’t only for girls, is a podcast where three males watch Sex and the City for the first time and then debate it.

The podcast, which is hosted by Emmy-winning filmmaker Cory Cavin, Jon Sieber, and comedian Kevin James Doyle, has been running for three seasons, with the lads most recently focusing on the And Just Like That remake episodes — and they earned Kristin Davis’ approval!

Apple Podcasts and Spotify both have The Bradshaw Boys accessible to listen to.

So I Started Wondering — Sex and the City Podcast

Juno Dawson and writer Dylan B. Jones watch Sex and the City again and attempt to address Carrie Bradshaw’s numerous questions from a current viewpoint.

The podcast is accessible on Apple Podcasts and Spotify, and new episodes are produced regularly.

Taken Away… The Sex and the City Rewatch Podcast is a podcast about sex and the city.

Carried Away... the podcast logo image

Two twenty-somethings take a fresh look at the classic SATC. (Image courtesy of Captivate/Carried Away)

Proving its cultural significance or wondering where Sex and the City fits into the life of a contemporary woman?

Carried Away is a podcast in which two twenty-somethings re-watch every episode of the legendary sitcom almost two decades after it initially aired.

Each episode of the podcast dives into the characters, topics, and ideas of one of the show’s episodes, with the hosts viewing in order.

Carried Away is available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify for a thorough look into the early seasons.

MORE: And Then There Were None: What occurred at the conclusion of Sex And The City, and when will the sequel be released?

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